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  • (diff | hist) . . Albert‎; 19:51 . . (+278). .Panda10 (Talk | contribs)(Norwegian: added Hungarian L2)
  • (diff | hist) . . zwo‎; 02:23 . . (+62). .Kolmiel (Talk | contribs)(Etymology)
  • (diff | hist) . . zween‎; 02:19 . . (-161). .Kolmiel (Talk | contribs)(Usage notes: Same as with zwo. Swiss German is treated under "Alemannic German", please add the information there. There's no need to add it here, and to be sure there are non-Swiss dialects with such a distinction as well.)
  • (diff | hist) . . zwo‎; 02:16 . . (-160). .Kolmiel (Talk | contribs)(Usage notes: Swiss dialects are treated under "Alemannic German". "German" is (formal and colloquial) Standard German. There are several dialects that distinguish these forms, not just in Switzerland. A note about this is in zwei (etymology).)

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